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Section 1: A New School of the Prophets
Section 2: The Bethsaida Hospital
p4: Urantia etymology by Chris Halvorson: “specific: Urantia = (y)our heavenly place (i.e., in the cosmos)” “-tia = noun-forming suffix < -t- of L. past participle stem + -ia (cf., -tion and -ion)” “U.B.: “-tia” is indicative of impersonal, while “-ia” is more personal”
Section 3: The Father’s Business
See Father’s business: (119:6.5), (126:0.2), (134:8.10), (137:1.6), (144:6.3), (147:0.1), (148:7.1), (158:1.6), (164:2.4), (176.3.1).
Section 4: Evil, Sin, and Iniquity
p6: See The Lucifer Rebellion: Adjudication Time Frame by Chuck Thurston.
Section 5: The Purpose of Affliction
Section 6: The Misunderstanding of Suffering Discourse on Job
Richard Daunt: “There are two relevant meanings to the word afterlife. It seems likely that the intended meaning refers to the remainder of one’s moral life, as opposed to the post-mortal life.” Click here to read his report.
p2: no respecter of persons See Topical Study page: No respecter of persons.
p9: disgusted is used twice: Job’s attitude towards is misguided friends (177:4.7) and Judas attitude towards Mary’s anointing of Jesus’ feet, which got rebuked (172:5.12).
disgust is used in three paragraphs in three distinct yet progressively related context:
1) 62:3.6 prehuman (disgust towards “repulsive situations”),
2) 72:5.12 civilized man (neighboring planet’s attitude toward idleness and unearned wealth), and
3) 177:4.7 sinful man (Caiaphas toward Judas).
Section 7: The Man with the Withered Hand
p1: Father’s business See Section 3 above.
Section 8: Last Week at Bethsaida
Section 9: Healing the Paralytic